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ABC
Sep 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
chill the other night. >> remember that movie. 08's classic. this is going to be the coldest night in a while. we are talking mid40s by daybreak. spots -- out to the west could be flirting the upper 30s. it could happen. >> like that. >> it's -- it's not here to stay though. it's hear to pass. you can see the highs in upper 60's, low 70's. 70's eastern baltimore, and parts of the eastern shore. it was mostly upper 60's to the north and west. just 66 today in the weatherbug site in westminister. now tonight look at the numbers. 47 now in ellicott city. 43 in middle town. the numbers beginning to really drop here and we will look at mid40s. obviously to the west, west of hancock. 30s on the board tonight. there is a frost warning up for garret county maryland. clear and cold over night. that's the deal and that will continue to be the case and hour by hour tomorrow it's going to be a climb into the 70's after a cold start. more on this coming up. >> musterer identifying moments for people an apartment complex. someone threw bombs in to their homes as they slept. >> fire crews say
ABC
Sep 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in to the 50s. nice i. radar showing us that the bulk of the heaviest activity the rain well up to central pennsylvania. out around state college, maybe a couple scattered showers. not really headlining that. the winds pick up as we go in to the next 24 hours, 69 in town. look at frederick. we had temperatures in to the 50s in pittsburgh. that is the cooler air that will come into place. the planner looks like this. we will start out tomorrow morning with 60 degrees, the breeze picked up around lunch or 72 degrees. afternoon highs between 70 to 75 in the city and then nice cooldown as we head into sunday and monday. we will talk tropics and nadine over the central atlantic. >> thank you. two murders this summer at a bar in parkville may change how the owners do business. the liquor board will review the license for that establishment. >> reporter: >> reporter: if the license is taken the bar may have to shut down. people who live next door say it's a long time coming and reason to celebrate. everybody knows the name but it's not celebrated like cheers in boston. the bar has captured headl
ABC
Sep 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. the full story. >> and 75 today. when will be look at more 80's? abc 2news starts right now. >> we start with a breaking news update out of baltimore. an elderly couple found dead. >> no suspects right now. let's go to christian. >> reporter: yeah. neighbors say a younger man had been living with that couple not far from pikesville. police say there were no signs of forced entry in to the house. they are looking for that younger man tonight. the investigation lasted late into the evening with photographs being taken inside the well kept home. two people were killed here, an elderly couple, neighbors say they were in their 80s. >> reporter: earlier a neighbor called police after getting a call from a regularrive -- a relative of the couple. >> we looked in the window, saw a man on the floor. officers made forced entry in to the home to check it out. found a female in the basement. >> reporter: police aren't saying how they died. >> the persons were dead from injuries. . >> reporter: police worry someone came in and targeted them but police haven't commented on another man who had been
ABC
Sep 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
perfect conditions for your monday afternoon, and we'll get into the 70s during the course of your afternoon. double trouble in the atlantic. two systems that we'll talk about and your seven-day forecast coming up. >>> in democrat 2012 news, president obama back at the white house tonight. he returned this evening after a weekend campaign swing through florida, one of the biggest of the battleground states. in 58 days america will head to the polls. the race is expected to hinge on independent voters in a few swing states. here's ann compton. >> at the last stop on his two- day battleground state tour, president obama told the west palm beach crowd that his fate is in their hands. >> if we win palm beach county we will win florida, and if we win florida, we win this election. >> the republican challenger mitt romney, it was obamacare and what sounds like backing off the pledge for full repeal. >> i'm not getting rid of all of health care reform. there are a number of things i like in health care reform i'm going to put in place. one is to make sure those with preexisting conditions
ABC
Sep 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
arrested. >>> all right. well, chilly evening. temperatures falling back rapidly into the 50s. take a look right now. 50s over the eastern shore. 54 degrees in hankers town and winchester at this hour. take a look out towards the west. do have a frost advisory. in fact, washington county easily get into the 40s and 30s for tonight. forecast leaping up through monday morning commute, 49 degrees will be eventually into the 60s around lunch time and on our way to the 67 or 71 degree mark late in the afternoon. another really gorgeous day monday and tuesday but changes in the 7-day forecast. we'll share that with you coming up in just a little bit. >>> thanks, mike. celebration has turned to sadness at the national zoo in washington. a giant panda cub born weeks ago died this morning. so what happened and why are newborn pandas so fragile? here's abc 2 news reyna. >> it was the wailing of distress from the panda mother that alerted people at the national zoo in washington dc that the cub was in trouble. >> this is devastating for all of us here. it's hard to describe how much passion and energ
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
seasonal note. upper 70's. some spots hit the 80s. clear across maryland. changes ahead from the frontal edition. could produce showers and gusty thunderstorms. in the meantime a quiet situation overnight with just a few clouds. we go toward 80. >> all right. we never know just how we will handle most situations until we are in them when a child was trapped in a burning building in pikesville two men jumped in to action and they don't want to be recognized for what they did. one day the little boy they saved will have quite the story to tell. >> they are. >> reporter: at 21 months brodie is full of smiles. >> mommy. >> reporter: unaware of the real danger he was in just hours earlier. >> crews arrived to find heavy smoke. multiple people were trapped inside. >> reporter: two that were trapped abrodie and her mother. shelf ran out to the balcony and she saw the work crew and saw them yeping for help. >> we have three landscaping workers working on the property. they saw the child and mother on the third floor. they threw it to the third flew and brought the child down. >> reporter: t
ABC
Sep 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, southwestern pennsylvania. i think that will be headed our way tomorrow. temperatures up in the mid 70s, that is just sticky conditions. as a result it feels like close to 90 in the heart of the city. that is unusual for early september. 70s over night and then back into the mid and upper 80s tomorrow with scattered showers and storms. >>> a former olympian is being held in our state as a fugitive from charges in new york. authorities are not releasing details against the 50-year-old figure skating coach. he is being jailed until an extradition hearing tomorrow morning. he represented the soviet union back in the 88 olympics and competed across europe in the 1980s. >>> the coast guard has suspended the search for two people who fell over board from their boat in bayside beach on labor day. the coast guard suspended the search after going over 155 square miles. >>> a hit and run crash injured a hartford county woman. the vehicle involved in the crash is a 1997 light blue lincoln town car. the car struck a 28-year-old woman who was taken to shock trauma and has since ben released the driv
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 11:00pm EDT
themselves in the right place at the right time. here's the video of the s.w.a.t. team heading to the area to assess the situation. ere were some students milling around the area. the group never thought they would find themselves in the middle of crime scene and hands on experience covering a story. >> today there was no preproduction, just get out dollar get what you can get -- get out dollar, get -- get out there, get what you can get. >> you learn stuff in class and material every day hoping you can apply it to the real world and i got to do that today. >> it wasn't until they covered the story that it sank in that there was actually a shooting on a campus. >>> you got to be wondering what's going on. let's tell you, august the 27 27th, a 15-year-old student here at parry hall high school shot another student. he just went home on monday and his recovery is going to take months. yesterday we had an eight grader at stammers run middle. he brought a gun to class and pointed it at himself. a teacher was able to get that gun away from him. you heard them say metal detectors would be used i
ABC
Sep 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in the 80s earlier today, low 80's in spots and upper 70s, now 50s on the board. 56 millersville. belaire a cool 55. cheter town 55, shady side at 58 right now. we are clear on the board, clear across the east. we are watching a developing frontal boundary west of the northern plains out in the high mountain country here. this system will eventually be crossing the united states, pushing our way toward the weekend. in the meantime it's a clear and cool night. great for sleeping and the sun will be back tomorrow. >> new details on the story we told you about last night. we know the name of the person police are looking for in connection with the double murder. ron and mark lee pepper were found dead. police are trying to track down their live in grandson matthew long. police want to talk to him but stopped short of calling him a person of interest. >> obviously because he lived there, we are interested in talking to him. it's pleiomery at this point to say if he was a person of interest. i wouldn't say that. >> police believe that the peppers died saturday. they aren't being specific ab
ABC
Aug 31, 2012 11:00pm EDT
tell you what. a sunny day, a hot summer day in the mid-90s. what a way to wrap up august. la day of august fitting after the hot summer. mid80s in the inner harbor. it's still a warm summer like evening for you. it's a crystal clear sky for the moment. a great night to check out that blue moon overhead. full moon and the clouds starting to edge into western maryland so tomorrow not as clear and by the end of the weekend we will face showers and spinoff moisture from this, what's left of isaac putting the rain down across the midwest this evening. overnight into the early morning just a -- calm and a few clouds blowing through. we will talk about when the chance torrian goes up this weekend. >> a man in police custody tried to get away by jumping out of a six floor window, it happened at the medical center. county police say the 40-year- old broke a window and jumped, but he didn't make it to the ground. he landed on the second floor rooftop. he was taken to the hospital for treatment. >>> phone calls to the police the night a train derailed don't mention the victims. the train d
ABC
Sep 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
points was the city 's proposed teacher evaluation system. the union said it unfairly penal iedz teachers because it was too heavily based on standardized test scores. the city agreed to reduce the emphasis on testing in their evaluations, but it's clear there's still skepticism. >> just is going to be a big issue. it's going to see how this contract is enforced. >> and while teachers are heading back to work, they must still vote on the contract. >> we've reviewed it. we will have the opportunity to vote on it, but right now, in the best interest of everyone to return to work. >> the more than 25,000 teachers in the union will vote on this contract within the next couple of weeks. brandy head, abc news los angeles. >>> well, some new research signalling bad news for the country's waistline. the study says by 2030, 13 states could have obesity rates over 60%. the study was conducted by the trust for america's and the robert wood johnson foundation. the youth government data on obesity can make predictions about the naks's weight. some experts question the accuracy of the report saying it'
ABC
Sep 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
and join the foundation. >> weather wise across maryland temperatures climbing into the low 70s. this was comfortable. little below average in kent. 75 denton, 75 buck town and similar temperatures on the western shore. tonight cooling off. 57 in hanover manchester and 50s in belaire and norrisville. it was a nice finish to the day, just a few more clouds but the sunset i pretty one and a new front out of the west. we will talk about how that could impact new to the weekend. in the meantime enjoy a nice look start to friday as we go ton air 80 tomorrow. more on the saturday, sun and beyond coming up. >> thank you. a judge rules on the side of police and firefighter when is it comes to protecting their pension. a united states district court judge found that the change in the pension system for them was not constitutional. the union has been fighting for about a year. it came down in 2010. they said that the city eliminated benefits, increases and put in cost of living adjustments based on age. today a judge determined that decision was not constitutional and violated the union
ABC
Sep 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> not to much. >> 80s tomorrow. >> spice things up. >> 66 in town right now. i think we will go to 60 last night when we why talking. it was cold. a big difference right now. let's take a look at some of the graphics, temperatures across town. 63 frederick. pair of six's in baltimore. easton at 64, not bad. look at the radar action you see a few of the scattered showers off toward the south. left with the clouds in place. showers back over west virginia, not a big deal. look at this line of storms, this popped over eight or nine. even a tornado. these are the showers now including thunder in the forecast. here is the planner, cloudy start, 63, spotty showers developing in the course of the afternoon. the temperatures by the afternoon. 79 to 80 degrees. will talk about the forecast in just a bit. >> thank you. new tonight the death of a 46- year-old man in police custody is now a criminal investigation. now initially police said the man choked on drugs. now they are learning that an autopsy shows he didn't die from choking on drugs. they are still trying to determine the cause of death. >>
ABC
Sep 28, 2012 11:00pm EDT
good. temperatures in check. 66 in town at present hour. you go north and west of town, a few upper 50s. a so here is how it goes down. hour by hour wake up to clouds, 57 degrees. i do think lunchtime has a good amount of sun. still cool at 65 degrees and we will be in to the 70s during the course of the afternoon. we will talk about an issue as we head in to the beginning of next week and break down the numbers in the seven day coming up. >> all right. thank you. new tonight the record theater will have to wait longer than expected to find if the liquor board was scheduled to meet october 15th but it was pushed back to the 29th today. they will do nothing or potentially suspend, fine or pull the theater's liquor license. this from a wild fraternity party last weekend. police say huge fights broke out and one man was shot. >>> also new, the parents of a boy face charges after the child drank methadone. police first charged paul brooks when his 5-year-old goal a bottle of the pink liquid. he was taken to the hospital. charges then were for drugs and guns in the house. today child abuse
ABC
Sep 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
downtown. you find 40s north and west along the 70 corridor. here is the forecast, through the course of the evening. let's take a look at that high. 68 degrees, below average temperatures, back to the norm allah rages into tomorrow afternoon. 52 waking up to 68 degrees around lunchtime. good amount of sun during the afternoon. the clouds come into place by tomorrow late in the day and that's going to open the door for rain chances. we will detail that in the seven day. >> all right. thank you. the chilly weather isn't stopping the smoking hot orioles in baltimore. fans didn't seem to mind watching them play in the cold. that means they are doing well. still working for the doubleheader against the blue jays, jamie was among them. it has been a long day. >> reporter: from last night over there at the stadium to over here tonight playing doubleheader. the orioles won the first game 4-1 behind steve johnson and lot of the night cap just minutes ago. the final was 9-5. the yankees winning they now lead the or after a game and a half. the a's have just been tied but they are a game and
ABC
Sep 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
showers, during the course of the evening. 76 degrees right now. everybody is into the 70s and the dew point values running in to the 70s. there could be a little fog during the course of tonight and we are expecting more downpours in the mix tomorrow afternoon. hour by hour start you out at 8:00. 72, humid, 78 around lunch and trenching downpours, just about at any point. maybe a peak or two of sun during the course of the afternoon with a temperature to around 82. you can see that one band coming through. there is another band down to the south and west and seeing all the moisture funneling in from the south to the forth. that's all because of the remnants of isaac that's pushing just over the lower ohio valley. this front, that's going to be the trigger for those showers and we expect stormy conditions, not only tomorrow but going into tuesday and perhaps wednesday and again any storm that does develop could put down local flooding. this is what future trend looks like through the course of the over night. spotty showers, most of the action to the south and west of town but any time
ABC
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
think we will top out in the upper 70's and same deal on sunday. so light breezes around but i think great weather if you happen to be headed up i-95, let's talk about it. the eagles game with the ravens, unusual match up we will take it. 70 with sun. a kickoff of 1:00 in philadelphia. i think it'll be a nice, nice day for some football up there in the city of brotherly love. maybe they won't be so happy seeing the ravens come to town. nadine still in the atlantic. projections keep it out to sea. i think it's a nonevent but we will see how to goes tomorrow and through the weekend. overnight 56, clear with cool patchy fog in the morning. cloudy skies tomorrow, 83, and let look at the seven day forecast, outstanding weekend forecast. maybe a stray shower friday evening. especially west of baltimore. then sun and 70s through the weekend. saturday through the weekend. weekend outlook great but next week we look for more changes. better chances for rain. >> all right. thank you. don't go to bed just yet. more coming your way. >> here is terry moran with what you will see. >> coming up
ABC
Sep 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
small step for man,. >> reporter: his dad worked the first man to walk on the moon in the 70s and asked him teosinte note. it was unusual because he rarely signed anything making his name very valuable. >> he was -- the most valuable, living signature in the united states. >> reporter: expert steve walter said the name is worth more than almost anyone's in the past 30 years. >> the next highest is probably like paul mcarthy. >> reporter: he is asking 2400 for this autograph. it's worth a bit less. on e-bay some are asking $14,000 oro more. walter cautionswall. >> hundreds of years from now john i think people are going to look back and look at him in the same light as they do christopher columbus. >> reporter: that's fine for vincent who said no matter what it's worth it's not for sale. >> we don't want to sale. >> reporter: if you want to buy some it may pay to wait a few months and if you have something from him, consider yourself very lucky because very few other people have anything from him. as always, don't waste your money. >> getting behind the wheel may be getting more dan
ABC
Sep 17, 2012 11:00pm EDT
and evening. that will be the peak possibility of even some severe weather here. temperatures tonight, low 70s. temperatures behind this system midweek. not dramatically cooler. it will be more pleasant as we go towards wednesday and thursday with the sun coming back. in the meantime, winds ramp up. high wind advisories in effect. coastal flood advisories along the chesapeake. these are gale warnings out on the bay. you get the idea this frontal boundary will be a rain producer, a thunderstorm producer, and there will be a lot of wind beginning tomorrow afternoon, lasting through wednesday, behind the system, and as well the humidity continues to surge. the gulf coast humidity. here we go with the rain that is ramping up to the southwest and west. large storm system on the move. kentucky, tennessee, the tennessee valley, and the storm still developing. there are two pieces of energy, the second over the great lakes. these will come together over the next 24 hours and amplify double barrel pressure and ramp up tomorrow afternoon and evening. that's when we'll have the best potential for severe
ABC
Sep 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
mass as we've had all summer. temperatures are mid-to-upper 70s and with this to in of hew -- type of humidity, be ready for showers as you go back to school tomorrow and more on wednesday. i think we may begin to see some improvement. a light southeast breeze helps to pump up the moisture. temperatures are still around 80 right now. rain, all kinds of rain. just to our south and west most of it in west virginia leaking into the central part of the valley. so this is already starting to drift in. but you see the size and scope of this tropical air mass and the remnants of isaac going all the way back into the kentucky and western areas. isaac is still bringing rain. and then we have a front to the north that will eventually try to push this moisture out of here, but it won't happen from now until wednesday. we're still talking more rain. i think by late thursday, that front should push in and help clear the skies a bit. and of course, isaac came from the atlantic waters and now we have leslie getting to be a bit of a power house tropical storm. and ramping this up to category two s
ABC
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. the game tonight was outstanding weather. we got great weather for saturday and sunday. low 70s now humidity high. dew points have come down but it is still humid. that humidity could help build the storms as they drift in. you see them from canada and michigan all the way down to southern missouri. the storms are strong to severe. we will see how they hold together as they approach our area late tomorrow afternoon and evening. overght, quiet and muggy. we will look for storms in the afternoon. much more on that and the rest of your weekend. >>> after the big storm back on june 29th. people that live in little river was promised that help was on the way. christian shafer is here with the story. >> rosie, tall trees tower over their homes but the trees are on property that's owned by baltimore county. the county says that it will take care of the trees but the storm was more than two months ago and it has not happened yet. >> somebody is going to get hurt. >> that's a definite possibility. >> i will tell you right now i'm petrified and afraid that the trees will come down. >> the tre
ABC
Sep 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
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